Rustic Kitchen, Birmingham
Featured in Southern Living, May 2013. This project began with an existing house of most humble beginnings and the final product really eclipsed the original structure. On a wonderful working farm with timber farming, horse barns and lots of large lakes and wild game the new layout enables a much fuller enjoyment of nature for this family and their friends. The look and feel is just as natural as its setting- stone and cedar shakes with lots of porches and as the owner likes to say, lots of space for animal heads on the wall!
Inspiration for a rustic galley eat-in kitchen remodel in Birmingham
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6. Of course the wood floor and unfinished beams make for a rustic kitchen, but readers really love the bright, open...
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This gives a bit of an idea of our wall of windows in the kitchen with no upper cabinets, a stove in front of the...